have (someone or something) on (one's) mind

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have (someone or something) on (one's) mind

To be when thinking, perhaps excessively, about someone or something. I've had Jennie on my mind lately—do you know how she is? You look worried—do you have something on your mind?
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have someone or something on one's mind

 and have someone or something on the brain (More informal with brain.)
to think often about someone or something; to be obsessed with someone or something. Bill has chocolate on his mind. John has Mary on his mind every minute. Karen has Ken on the brain.
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have something on your mind

be troubled by the thought of something.
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have something on your ˈmind

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something is on your ˈmind

be worried about something; be thinking a lot about a problem, etc: His daughter’s very ill, so he’s got a lot on his mind just now.She asked me if there was anything on my mind.
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